H.S. Bowling Roundup: Johnstown clinches first Foothills Council title
JOHNSTOWN – Ben Empie had a high game of 249 on his way to a 681 series, leading Johnstown to a sweep of Broadalbin-Perth in a Foothills Council match at Perry Lanes.
The win clinched the first Foothills Council title in school history for Johnstown.
Alyssa Hadcock posted a 223-634 for Johnstown (45-7 Foothills), while Morgan Ruggeri had a 224-628. Jay Hadcock added a 234-616 for the Sir Bills, who finished with a 3,637-3,012 advantage in total pins.
Johnstown won the first game 1,167-963 before claiming the second, 1,171-1,015. The Sir Bills sealed the win by taking the third game, 1,299-1,034.
Gloversville 4, Scotia-Glenville 0
GLOVERSVILLE – Tim Hoose finished with a 213-607 to lead Gloversville to a sweep of Scotia-Glenville in a Foothills Council match at Arterial Lanes.
Seth Weeden rolled a 217-603 for the Huskies, while Richard Taylor had a 214-601.
Morgan Trembly posted a 256-601 for Scotia-Glenville, while Zach Walker had a 201-548.
Matt Gonzalez added a 197-531 for the Tartans.
Gloversville finished with a 3,284-3,040 advantage in total pins.
Fort Plain 2, Saratoga Catholic 2
FORT PLAIN – Aaron Honeywell rolled a 197-506 helping Fort Plain earn a split in a Western Athletic Conference match with Saratoga Central Catholic at Iroquois Lanes.
Kyle Rodeo posted a 190-494 for Fort Plain, which finished with a 2,529-2,460 advantage in total pins.
Charlie Cusano rolled a 218-581 to lead Saratoga Catholic, while Kyle Bailey posted a 206-507.
Fonda-Fultonville 17 1/2, Cohoes 14 1/2
COHOES – Ethan Gifford rolled a 205-570, leading Fonda-Fultonville to a win over Cohoes.
Rob O’Kosky posted a 215-560 for the Braves, while Jesse Hayes added a 233-548.
Jonathan Jewett posted a 266-665 to lead Cohoes, while Sean Kane added a 236-632.
Fonda-Fultonville finished with a 3,164-3,066 advantage in total pins.
Cohoes 29, Fonda-Fultonville 3
COHOES -Autumn Rivet rolled a 185-464, leading Cohoes past Fonda-Fultonville.
Pam Congdon finished with a 146-403 to lead FFCS, while Morgan Rauch added a 187-377.
Cohoes finished with a 2,283-1,339 advantage in total pins.